Effects of Monsel's solution in uterine cervix.

Abstract

Monsel's solution applied to biopsy sites causes tissue necrosis that can persist for two weeks and impede reepithelialization. Granulation tissue in the healing phase contains iron pigment residue from the agent. The pigment encrusts upon collagen and is present in siderophages for up to three months. Occasionally pigment or necrotic residues incite a… (More)

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